Todd Chrisley has never shied away from talking about his money.
In his new reality show, Chrisley Knows Best, cameras follow the businessman, who lives in a lavish 30,000-sq.-ft. Atlanta mansion with his wife and five children. (Think the Kardashians with Southern drawls.)
"In a year, we sometimes spend $300,000 or more, just on clothing," he says in one promo for the show, which premieres on March 11 on the USA Network.
But behind the fancy cars and glitzy shopping sprees, Chrisley's financial situation has been precarious for years.
When we last left Don Draper, he had just wrecked his personal life (again) and now his career.
Being a TV weatherman usually requires a degree in meteorology and several internships, but there's one type of person who gets to skip right to the front of the line in this competitive field – celebrities.
Katy Perry delighted viewers Wednesday when she appeared on Australian morning show Sunrise to promote her upcoming tour of the Oceanic nation, and in the process tried her hand at reading the country's weather.
Perry got through the segment with a reasonable amount of aplomb – like most Americans, she can pronounce "Sydney" and "Adelaide" with ease – though she ran into trouble when the forecast turned to Tasmania, mispronouncing the island's capital as "Hogwarts." (It's actually Hobart.)
The first clip from the Lindsay Lohan docuseries is out – and it looks like her road to recovery is a rocky one.
"There's nothing left in having a drink for me," Lohan, 27, says in the sneak peek of Lindsay, which premieres Sunday on the Oprah Winfrey Network.
"What's left in that feeling? Nothing. There's no party that I haven't gone to, there's no person that I haven't hung out with, there's no situation that I haven't, you know, been exposed to."
But when asked if the actress is actually staying clean, her sober coach hesitates and sighs.
From former child stars to young musicians, the 18th season of Dancing with the Stars is filled with an eclectic mix of competitors. But the most interesting may be the casting of Meryl Davis and Charlie White.
Davis, 27, and White, 26, ruled the rink at last month's Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia, winning the gold medal in ice dancing. Now they'll battle in the ballroom – but against each other for the mirror ball trophy. White will dance with Sharna Burgess, while Davis will shimmy with Maksim Chmerkovskiy, Valentin's brother, who is back after taking last season off.
The 12 new contestants on ABC's hit show were announced Tuesday morning on Good Morning America.
See the rest of the competitors below:
It's not easy going up against Frank Underwood.
As the newly minted Vice President on Netflix's House of Cards, Underwood (played by Kevin Spacey) is the worst kind of political shark – he has to keep moving upward, or else he dies. In the second season, Underwood's main target is his own commander in chief, Garrett Walker, played by Broadway veteran Michel Gill. A mild-mannered pushover, Walker spends the season caught in the middle of a political war between Underwood and his longtime mentor, energy titan Raymond Tusk ...
(Major House of Cards spoilers below!)
… until the two men eventually team up and force him to resign from office, leaving Underwood the most powerful man in the world. It's an ignominious end for any pol, made doubly ironic by the fact that Walker was one of the few House of Cards operatives to show any sign of a conscience.
We spoke to Gill about playing the president, how House of Cards is like Shakespeare, and why viewers might be a little too tough on his character.
She may not have found love with Juan Pablo Galavis on The Bachelor, but Renee Oteri has found her happy ending.
Oteri, 32, a single mother from Florida, is engaged to be married, PEOPLE confirms. No details – yet! – on her husband-to-be.
Although Oteri didn't end up with that final rose, she says Galavis is "a great guy with a great personality", and she appreciated the experience of dating another single parent.
Jesse Pinkman fans might just get the ultimate fix.
Aaron Paul said he's had "serious talks" with Breaking Bad co-creator Vince Gilligan to join Better Call Saul, the Breaking Bad prequel centered around sketchy lawyer Saul Goodman (Bob Odenkirk), and reprise the role that made him a star.
"Anything Vince is involved with, I'm there," Paul recently said in an interview promoting his new film Need for Speed, reports New York's Daily News.
"I owe him my entire career. And the idea of jumping into the skin of Jesse Pinkman again in his lighter days – because it's all a prequel – it would be fun."